0.74km from Art Centre. MoscowI asked the Into-Russia Tourist Agency in London to find me a hotel as close as possible to the Pushkin Museum. Into-Russia were excellent in answering endless queries and ringing Russia to find information for me. The Russo-Balt Hotel was the only hotel near the Pushkin. It was five star and only charged £592 for 3 nights, which is a lot less than for a five star hotel in most capital cities. The bed was comfortable and I effectively had a suite, with bathroom, bedroom and a sitting room opening off the bedroom. I have a mobility disability and use a mobility scooter. There is unfortunately no ramp from the street up to the hotel entrance, but staff helped me with getting my scooter in and out of the hotel. Because of the difficulties of manoeuvring a scooter around the breakfast buffet, they agreed to my request to deliver my breakfast to my room at no extra cost. The breakfast was really excellent and very good value – porridge, kefir, fresh fruit, freshly squeezed orange or apple juice, omelette, etc. I did not eat in the restaurant. However, outside the hotel has its own garden with shady trees (it was very hot while I was there) with a waiter in attendance to take orders. I would especially recommend the coffee and the pistachio ice cream. As well as the Pushkin Museum, adjacent to the hotel is a street with cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops selling good quality souvenirs.